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Crap From The Past - December 28, 2007: 2007 - The Year In Review

Published December 28, 2007

A pop music radio show for people who already know plenty about pop music, hosted by Ron "Boogiemonster" Gerber and heard every Friday night from 10:30 to midnight on KFAI-FM, 90.3 FM Minneapolis, 106.7 FM St. Paul, and


Here is a listing of all shows saved to date and a listing of all the playlists to date.

RADIO NOWHERE - Bruce Springsteen (Released Sep 2007)
BIRDLAND - Weather Report (1977)
MERCY MERCY MERCY - Cannonball Adderley (1967)
THE CHIPMUNK SONG (CHRISTMAS DON'T BE LATE) (2007 Mix) - Alvin And The Chipmunks (Nov 2007)
GITARZAN - Cledus T. Judd featuring Heidi Newfield (Sep 2007)
CRAZY - Shawn Colvin (Mar 2007)
OVERJOYED - Jamie Williams featuring Jennifer Hudson (Feb 2007)
TIME AFTER TIME - Quietdrive (Feb 2007)
LET'S STAY TOGETHER - Aaron Neville featuring Chaka Khan (Feb 2007)
FOR ONCE IN MY LIFE - Tony Bennett with Stevie Wonder (Mar 2007)
FAITHFULLY - Jonathan Cain featuring Mica Roberts (Mar 2007)
LANDSLIDE - Stevie Nicks (Mar 2007)
NO ONE IS TO BLAME - Katrina Carlson with Howard Jones (Jul 2007)
FIRE AND RAIN - Kenny "Babyface" Edmonds (Aug 2007)
SOMETIMES WHEN WE TOUCH - Donny Osmond (Apr 2007)
YOU KNOW I'M NO GOOD - Amy Winehouse (Feb 2007)
SHE MOVES IN HER OWN WAY - Kooks (Jun 2007)
BAND OF GOLD - Kimberley Locke (Aug 2007)
TONIGHT I HAVE TO LEAVE IT - Shout Out Louds (Jun 2007)
1234 - Feist (Aug 2007)
LORD DON'T SLOW ME DOWN - Oasis (Nov 2007)
MAKES ME WONDER - Maroon 5 (Apr 2007)
BOMSHEL STOMP - Bomshel (Mar 2007)
ROCKSTAR - Nickelback (Nov 2006)
PARTY LIKE A ROCK STAR - Shop Boyz (Apr 2007)
ROCK STAR - R. Kelly featuring Ludacris and Kid Rock (Sep 2007)
KNOCK DOWN THE WALLS - Chubby Checker (Sep 2007)
TOO MANY COOKS (SPOIL THE SOUP) - Mick Jagger (Sep 2007)
SAME OLD LANG SYNE - Dan Fogelberg (1980)

We'll miss you, Dan. (1951-2007)
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SAME OLD LANG SYNE (Written by Dan Fogelberg)

Met my old lover in the grocery store,
The snow was falling Christmas Eve.
I stole behind her in the frozen foods,
And I touched her on the sleeve.

She didn't recognize the face at first,
But then her eyes flew open wide.
She went to hug me and she spilled her purse,
And we laughed until we cried.

We took her groceries to the checkout stand,
The food was totalled up and bagged.
We stood there lost in our embarrassment,
As the conversation dragged.

We went to have ourselves a drink or two,
But couldn't find an open bar.
We bought a six-pack at the liquor store,
And we drank it in her car.

We drank a toast to innocence,
We drank a toast to now.
And tried to reach beyond the emptiness,
But neither one knew how.

She said she'd married her an architect,
Who kept her warm and safe and dry,
She would have liked to say she loved the man,
But she didn't like to lie.

I said the years had been a friend to her,
And that her eyes were still as blue.
But in those eyes I wasn't sure if I saw,
Doubt or gratitude.

She said she saw me in the record stores,
And that I must be doing well.
I said the audience was heavenly,
But the traveling was hell.

We drank a toast to innocence,
We drank a toast to now.
And tried to reach beyond the emptiness,
But neither one knew how.
We drank a toast to innocence,
We drank a toast to time.
Reliving in our eloquence,
Another 'auld lang syne'......

The beer was empty and our tongues were tired,
And running out of things to say.
She gave a kiss to me as I got out,
And I watched her drive away.
Just for a moment I was back at school,
And felt that old familiar pain .........
And as I turned to make my way back home,
The snow turned into rain ..............


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